Websites (WWI)

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Websites (WWI)

Postby spike » Thu Jan 19, 2012 5:22 pm

Some useful sites for Battalions and areas of Great War Study

La Boiselle Study Group especially with regard to the 11th Border carvings in the tunnels

The Lijssenthoek Project cataloging the cemetery with the aim of having a Visitors Centre set up and the cemetery's history explained.


Craven's Part in the Great War dedicated to the Men & Women of Craven,West Riding of Yorkshire, who gave their lives during the 1914-1918 War

12th Royal Irish Rifles at The Somme- An internet history of the Central Antrim Volunteers

Carved in Stone.... but Not Forgotten. Ballymena 1914-1918- Des Blackadder's site dedicated to Ballymena and the Great War.
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LINK - Border Regiment in the Great War Websites
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In memory of -19455 Private John Farrer,
A Company 11th Border Regiment k.i.a. 1st July 1916
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Re: Websites (WWI)

Postby spike » Fri Jan 20, 2012 8:06 pm

:ugeek:
This is my son's laptop, I'm only allowed a prehistoric desktop that only just about does the printer...


Some more sites about units or areas

Gommecourt July 1st 1916The 56th Division on July 1st

Ashton TerritorialsThe story of 9th Manchester Regiment in the Great War

Swansea Battalion14th Welsh in the Great War.

Burnley in the Great War
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LINK - Border Regiment in the Great War Websites
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In memory of -19455 Private John Farrer,
A Company 11th Border Regiment k.i.a. 1st July 1916
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